Chicago’s Metra will not raise fares in 2019, but could cut services beginning in 2020 if it doesn’t receive state funding.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority has chosen Potomac Yard Constructors as the prime construction contractor for the Potomac Yard Metrorail Station.
The KC Streetcar recently applied for $151 million in federal funding for its planned Main Street Extension to University of Missouri-Kansas City.
The League of Railway Women (LRW) has launched its new website, www.railwaywomen.org, commensurate with it official name change from the “League of Railway Industry Women.”
OmniTRAX has sold northern Canada’s Hudson Bay Railway to a group that will repair the flood-damaged railroad.
A sweeping reorganization has been implemented at Baltimore’s Metro subway and light rail ahead of nearly $1 billion in system improvements.
Forty-eight hours. Seventeen miles. Two curves. It all added up to a major first for R. J. Corman Railroad Services.
Harsco Rail has been doing business with Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) for 15 years. The relationship has just been extended by LTA’s purchase of a specialized 16-stone grinder.
Repairs are slated for the Hudson Bay Railway for the first time since flooding cut off the line serving the remote Canadian city in May 2017.
Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association (REMSA) President Bruce Wise is stepping down from his position at the association following his move to Georgetown Rail Equipment Company (GREX) as Director of Business Development. Alan Reynolds, President of Geismar North America and a nine-year REMSA board member, succeeds Wise as REMSA President.